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All presentations will be project based outlining best practice & knowledge transfer educating delegates on the advantages of using products, solutions & technologies with collected evidence based data which will support the performance and CO2 reductions made within the projects specified.

 

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08:00 am – Registration and Morning Coffee in the “Networking Zone” 60 minutes of Networking 

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SESSION 1 Commences: “REDUCING SCOTLAND’S EMISSIONS THROUGH THE ADOPTION OF SMART HEAT & FUTURE ENERGY SYSTEMS” Chaired by SmartKlub 

Scotland’s electricity production has seen huge shifts in recent years, following the closure of the last coal-fired thermal stations. In this period we have achieved a huge increase in new supply of renewable electricity.  However, today, the progress Scotland has already achieved leaves us with a different kind of energy challenge from that of most countries; one where heat and transport take on even greater significance than electricity.

Choices about the local supply and consumption of energy are broadening, and our patterns of energy use are also changing.  There are exciting opportunities to shape our future energy system, and to help tackle the challenges of climate change, affordability of energy, and the efficiency of our energy use.

09:00 amCharles Bradshaw-Smith, CEO & Founding Partner, SmartKlub (CONFIRMED)

PRESENTATION TITLE: “SmartKlub Open for Business in Scotland”

  

09:10 am – Keynote Address: Paul Wheelhouse MSP, Minister for Business, Innovation & Energy, Scottish Government (CONFIRMED)

PRESENTATION TITLE: ‘Scotland’s Energy and Climate Change future’

  

09:25 am – Question & Answer Panel Session from Delegate Audience to Paul Wheelhouse.

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09:35 amPlatinum Headline Partner – Beatrice Bigois, Managing Director of Customers, EDF ENERGY PLC (CONFIRMED)

PRESENTATION TITLE: Champion in low carbon growth”

  

09:55 am – – Evidence Based Analysis Project by: David Jolliffe, Managing Director, CircoSense (CONFIRMED)

PRESENTATION TITLE: What does hot water actually cost your business?

  

10:05 am – – Evidence Based Analysis Project by: Thomas Nowak, Secretary General, European Heat Pump Association AISBL, (EHPA) & Graham Evans, Residential Heatpump Business Development Manager, Clivet UK  (CONFIRMED)

PRESENTATION TITLE: “Changing Dynamics in the European Heat Pump Market; The importance of Air Quality & Energy Recovery”  

 

10:20 am – Question & Answer Panel Session from Delegate Audience to Main Plenary Speakers

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10:40 am – Interactive Refreshment Break in the “Networking Zone”  60 minutes of Networking 

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SESSION 2 Commences: “IMPROVING AIR QUALITY AND ROAD TRANSPORT: IMPACTS AND LOW CARBON SOLUTIONS”, Chaired by SEPA – Scottish Environment Protection Agency 

Transport emissions will have reduced by around a third by 2032, through the wide-scale uptake of low carbon vehicles, enhanced freight logistics and measures such as low emission zones. 

Urban population will double by 2050 and as cities grow, so will urban transportation; congestion will increase which will have a huge impact on other factors like environment and commuting time. Cities, towns and villages are full of cars, buses, trams, trains and pedestrians and therefore need to make transport mobility smarter, reliable, green and more efficient.

Government statistics estimate that air pollution in the UK reduces the life expectancy of every person by an average of 7–8 months, with an associated cost of up to £20 billion each year. Legislation and Policies aiming to further minimise and track the impact of air pollution on health and the environment have been introduced in Europe, the UK and Scotland. 

Cleaner Air for Scotland – The Road to a Healthier Future (CAFS) is a national strategy that sets out how the Scottish Government will deliver its commitment to further improving air quality to protect human health and fulfil Scotland’s legal responsibilities.

Working in partnership, the organisations tasked with supporting CAFS are:

  • Scottish Government
  • Transport Scotland
  • SEPA
  • Local authorities
  • NGOs
  • Health bodies
  • Representatives from the Scottish transport sector

The strategy aims to achieve the ambitious vision for Scotland “to have the best air quality in Europe”.

11:40 am – Session Chair – Janice Milne, Head of National Operations, Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) (CONFIRMED

PRESENTATION TITLE: “Maximising the Benefits” 

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11:50 amKeynote Address: Matthew Eastwood, Head of Transport, Scotland, Energy Saving Trust (CONFIRMED)

PRESENTATION TITLE: “Decarbonising Road Transport in Scotland”

  


12:05 pm – – Evidence Based Analysis Project by: Vernon Bonser, Corporate Sales Manager UK & ROI & Chris Stone, Director (CONFIRMED)

PRESENTATION TITLE: “ The Telematics Merry-go-round (and how to ride for free) “

  

 

12:20 pm – – Evidence Based Analysis Project by: Dr Stuart Sneddon, Air Quality Business Manager, Scotland, Ricardo Energy & Environment (CONFIRMED)

PRESENTATION TITLE: “Urban Air Quality” – building the evidence base and developing effective solutions.


12:35 pm – – Evidence Based Analysis Project by: Stephen Rennie, Business Development Manager, Scotland, APT Controls (CONFIRMED)

PRESENTATION TITLE: “Electric vehicle charging infrastructure in Scotland” – challenges and opportunities

  


12:50 pm – – Evidence Based Analysis Project by: Luke Redfern, Commercial Partnerships Manager, Cenex, Centre of Excellence for Low Carbon & Fuel Cell Technologies (CONFIRMED)

PRESENTATION TITLE: The Future of EVs in a Smart, Connected Energy System”

    


13:05 pm – Question & Answer Panel Session from Delegate Audience to Main Plenary Speakers

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13:25 pm – Interactive Lunch Break in the “Networking Zone” 60 minutes of Networking 

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SESSION 3 Commences: – “Accelerating Low Carbon, Connected Communities”  Chaired by SmartKlub.

Smart technologies can make our cities work better, but to face the challenges ahead including population growth and transport, we also need our towns and villages to become ‘smart connected communities’ People in towns or small villages should have the same access to services as those living in a big city. Equally, it should make it possible for city dwellers to feel the same connection with their community and local government as residents of small towns and villages. Ideally, we need every city and community to become smart; to understand the opportunities and support development of infrastructure.

14:25 pmChairs Address, Ash Gupta, Head of SmartKlub Scotland (CONFIRMED)

PRESENTATION TITLE: “ My Vision for SmartKlub Scotland.”

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14:35 pmKeynote Address: Terri Vogt, Powering Aberdeen Programme Manager, Aberdeen City Council (CONFIRMED)

PRESENTATION TITLE: “Smart, Low Carbon Cities – A city perspective”

  


14:50 pm – – Evidence Based Analysis Project by: Alan Asbury, Director, CLS Energy 

PRESENTATION TITLE: “Embracing Technology to Tackle Austerity”

  


15:05 pm – – Evidence Based Analysis Project by: Bryan Lawrence, Business Development Manager, Holophane Europe Ltd.

PRESENTATION TITLE: “Get Connected with LED Technology to build Scalable City Wide Networks”

   

15:20 pm – – Evidence Based Analysis Project by: Clive Southwell, Managing Director, EV Distribution Ltd (CONFIRMED)

PRESENTATION TITLE: “Are we ready for the next connection?”

  

15:35 pm – – Question & Answer Panel Session from Delegate Audience to Main Plenary Speakers

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15:55 pm – Closing Remarks by Ron Pusey – Director of the Low Carbon Club 

  

16:00pm – Conference Close 

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